- 8-quart capacity
- Steel core with enamel coating for even heat distribution
- Colorful flame-orange exterior
- Tight-sealing lid with heat-resistant knob
- Two sturdy side handles
- 101-year manufacturer's warranty
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Who would ever think there would be so much to selecting a good stock pot? This one is an excellent choice though, and special kudos to cooking.com. First, the pot itself is perfect for soups and stocks. I make a lentil and barley soup the first time I used it, and given the make up of the soup, anything short of perfect heat distribution would have resulted in burning or staining of the interior finish. None of this happened. The soup was perfect, and the pot cleaned up quickly and easily.
As to cooking.com, they had this pot on sale during the Christmas season. It was out of stock, and when it had come back in, it was back to regular price, even though a customer service person had said it would still be at the sale price. To keep it short, when I brought this up, cooking.com honored the sale price. That is sizzling customer service.
Great product, great retail company, great service. What more can you ask?
The enamel quickly flaked off the handles of this pot. I have already returned it.
This is my first really nice, (read expensive) stock pot. I have had cheap ones over the years, always saying next time...well I spent more and it was worth it! The quality is there, no chips or cracks, and it is a beautuful pot. This is also a nice heavy pot that does everything you'd expect. I have made 3 batches of soup since I got it and am ready for more!
4.5 out of 5 stars, based on 136 ratings
95% of reviewers recommend this product
95% say this is a "good value"
I was looking for a universal pot where I can cook soup, pasta and boil a small lobster and this is the perfect pot. It looks great and washes easily. Getting the sticker of the bottom was a pain (why put it on the bottom where the fire is?)... I used an alcohol pad and after some serious rubbing I got it off. Love this new addition to my kitchen :)
I choose this Stockpot as my first piece of Le Creuset and it is a delight to cook with. During the winter I like to make stews and soups from scratch and don't have much experience with enamel.
This pot is rather light but sturdy and made of steel with a glossy enamel coating (tan on the inside, various colors outside). The finish is flawless and hand washing is reccomended to maintain its luster. The size fits perfectly over my gas burners and distributes heat well to saute vegetables for starting a soup and deglace for completing the recipe. Heat is very evenly distributed and it is a pleasure to clean as the enamel seems to hold up better than teflon to recipes that would cling to stainless steel or aluminum.
I make a lot of soups/stews in the winter. This pot has quickly become my favorite. It cooks evenly, is large enough for a meal to eat and a few to freeze. Cleanup is a snap - just let it soak in hot soapy water for a while then swish it clean, rinse and dry.